A lure that uses a surgical trick to prevent getting torn from hooks, and doesn’t contaminate the water
By Christopher SteinerPosted 05.22.2009 at 12:50 pm 2 Comments
For all you holiday anglers, today's featured Invention Award winner is something to aspire to: a fishing lure that doesn't pollute once it ends up on the bottom of the lake.
Ben Hobbins didn't set out to clean up his local lakes, but his IronClads baits do exactly that. The Wisconsin inventor's idea — fishing lures that are extra-strong, eco-friendly and nontoxic — solves a serious, if little-known environmental problem.